K.E.M. Research Plot Combine Model SP 50
Available for about half the price of the smallest popular farm combines in the United States, the K.E M. Research Plot Combine has a large-capacity cylinder and a wide range of speeds making it possible to harvest a wide variety of crops. This self-propelled unit employs a 17.5 h.p. gasoline engine and a hydrostatic ground drive with infinite speeds forward or reverse from 0 to 6 mph. The threshing mechanism utilizes a 15-inch by 27-inch rasp bar cylinder and an air and shaker sieve after cutting a 54-inch swath. The header is comprised of a sickle bar cutter and guards, a power reel with delivery to the cylinder by a 27-inch wide conveyor belt, and hydraulic lift.
Much larger than K.E.M.'s SP 50, this research plot combine has a 53 h.p., gasoline,
itnircyl aider, Volkswagen engine. It has a 12-inch ground clearance, weighs 0,800 pounds (shipping weight), and has overall dimensions of 20H by 75 by 118 inches. The hydrostatic ground drive lias two speeds for a traveling speed ranging between 0 and 12 mph, It comes with two adjustable sieves and a 27- by 80-inch straw rack. It can cut a width of 7 feet and has a 28-bushel-capacity grain tank. With grain and corn headers, it has multicrop versatility.
Kincaid Equipment Mfg. Corp, P.O. Box 471 Haven, KS 67543
ALMACO C-F Plot Combine
This combine, designed for research test
The ALMACO Plot Combine with :i corn header. Allan Machine Co, plots of small grains, corn, and soybeans, is self-propelled by a 37 h.p. gasoline engine. Its hydraulic system powers the forward and reverse drives, the variable speed thresher, the lift on the header assembly, and reel and drive on the variable-speed reel. It has an underslung, self-cleaning, adjustable, concave rasp bar. The 51 i/2-inch sickle bar cutter is accompanied by headers for small grains and corn which have bean saver snouts for soybean harvesting. It weighs 5,000 pounds, is 17 feet 6 inches long and 7 feet wide.
Allan Machine Co. P.O. Box 112 Ames, IA 50100
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